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Default Transplanting Flowers


I know now is not the time to be moving flowers, but it is move them or they will be crushed under a backhoe. Just two types, peonies (already finished blooming) and cone flowers (still in bloom).

What are the chances they will survive a mid-July transplant?

Thanks for info/advice.

~YS~

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